First Reaction Of Rishabh Pant Following Terrifying Car Crash
According to sources, within minutes of the terrible tragedy, Pant's automobile had slammed into a divider, flipped many times, and caught fire.
NEW DELHI: After his terrible vehicle accident on December 30, 2022, while he was travelling from New Delhi to Roorkee, star India wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant used Twitter for the first time. Within minutes of the terrible tragedy, Pant's automobile had slammed into a divider, flipped many times, and caught fire. He was treated right away at a nearby hospital, then transported to Max Hospital Dehradun and later flown to Mumbai, where he is presently receiving care.
"I am humbled and grateful for all the support and good wishes. I am glad to let you know that my surgery was a success. The road to recovery has begun and I am ready for the challenges ahead.
Thank you to the @BCCI," a tweet read by Rishabh Pant.
"From the bottom of my heart, I also would like to thank all my fans, teammates, doctors, and the physios for your kind words and encouragement. Looking forward to see you all on the field," he added to the tweet.
According to sources, As a result of his automobile colliding with a divider on the Delhi-Dehradun highway, Team India player Rishabh Pant has suffered injuries. Pant has been admitted to a hospital where he receives treatment for injuries to his head, back, and feet, though his status is stable. In the first photos obtained at the scene of the accident, the automobile Pant was riding in could be seen entirely burned; in another photo, the Indian cricketer can be seen with a bandage on his head and suffering from serious injuries to his back.
One of the team's core players, Pant had been a member of the India XI during the last Test it had played against Bangladesh; he had contributed a crucial 93-run inning in that game that helped the team's comeback in the match. The wicketkeeper-batter missed the ODI and T20I matches against Sri Lanka and would receive treatment at the NCA, according to a later report.